1930's US ARMY OFFICER SHIRT UNIFORM
This is a US Army officer uniform shirt. As used in the 1920's. The item featured here has rank insignia
attached to the shoulder area. Two pockets were placed on the chest area. With light brown plastic buttons.
The construction was surprisingly comfortable. The design was actually better than that employed during WWII.
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The rank of the soldier is shown here. He held the rank of major. The insignia is of pin-back construction
and is marked "Sterling" on the back. Beautiful detailed to the leafing. This is a high quality US
insignia. Probably manufactured during WWI.
The manufacturer of the shirt was "Arrow", a company which still in business today. The tag is affixed to the inside of the collar. In addition, the size of the shirt is stamped in black ink.
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